Coho typically run early-mid September. Often in a few huge waves over a couple of days. Stragglers will run later, but in smaller numbers.
Kings are either wild fish or hatchery fish. The wild fish tend to hit the river early to mid september, the other come in late September to mid october. Kings are a bit more spread out and peak during high water events.
Steelhead again are from several strains. The biggest chunk come in from mid october into november, and stick around till april/may
Browns show up the same time as steelhead, but head out sooner.
There are always some of each in the river systems, but the best chance to hit all of them would be 1-3 week in october.
When the lake flips and the wind blows east in october you may also encountet lakers in the lower reaches.
If your super lucky you may even get an atlantic salmon.
Ive caught 4 species in one day several times. Ive caught 5 twice on a weekend trip. Coho, king, atlantic, brown n bow -- king , coho, laker, brown , bow.
Both times it was 2nd weekend in oct, after a big rain event on the salmon river.
Last edited by indianahunter; 09-05-2018 at 07:33 AM.